The fiancé of missing Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth is accused of beating her to death before joining his family for Thanksgiving dinner, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Sick new details of Patrick Frazee's alleged attack on Berreth, 29, were reportedly revealed in a Colorado courtroom on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Local news outlet KOAA reported Colorado Bureau of Investigation agent Gregg Slater's shocking testimony.
Slater reportedly took the stand to detail alleged crimes committed by Frazee and his alleged mistress, Idaho nurse Krystal Lee Kenney.
Slater testified that Frazee frantically called Kenney and requested she clean up piles of blood in his home after killing Berreth on Nov. 22, 2018.
Slater claimed he gathered details of the crimes from interviews with Kenney. The Idaho nurse entered a plea deal earlier this month after admitting to tampering with evidence.
According to Slater, Kenney said Frazee revealed it was "hard" to sit down for a Thanksgiving meal with his family hours after "killing her."
Kenney allegedly told the investigators that she arrived at Berreth's Colorado home on November 24. She said she spent three to four hours cleaning the crime scene, but claimed she intentionally left blood behind to assist in the investigation.
Frazee allegedly ordered his mistress to locate a tooth that went missing when he hit Berreth in the head with a bat, according to reports.
As Radar readers know, Frazee was accused of robbing his fiancé and hiring a hitman to kill her.
The explosive testimony from the agent on Tuesday revealed that Kenney said she considered killing Berreth herself three times before deciding she could not do it.
Berreth's body has not yet been found. However, Kenney reportedly told investigators that Frazee burned a bag believed to have contained Berreth's body at a property in Florissant, Colorado.
Berreth and Frazee share a one-year-old daughter, who Slater said was in the home while the fiance allegedly murdered the Colorado mom.
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